Wednesday, June19, 2019

Winch Service Manual for Barient No. 26 - 1969

1. Remove snap ring (#14) using a screw driver or small pointed ob ject. (Remove using spiral motion rather than pulling straight up.)
2. Lift off drum (#12) and cover (#13) from upper gear housing (#2).
3. Remove cover (#13) from drum (#12).
4. Remove two pawls (#8) and two pawl springs (#9) from drum (#12).
5. Remove two roller bearings (#11) from upper gear housing (#2).
6. Using 1/2" end wrench, remove seven cap screws (#15) that hold upper gear housing (#2) to lower gear housing (#1).
7. Using lock-in handle, remove upper gear housing from lower gear housing (#1). (Do not remove main shaft (#10) from upper gear housing (#2).)
8. Remove drive pinion (#4) from ratchet gear (#7).
9. Remove small needle bearing (#6) and large needle bearing (#5) from drive pinion (#4).
10. Remove two pawls (#8) and two pawi springs (#9) from drive pinion (#4).
11. Wash pawls, springs, bearings, and inside of drum (#12).
12. Grease all bearings.
13. Assemble two pawls (#8) and two pawi springs (#9) to drive pinion (#4).
14. Oil two pawls (#8) on drive pinion (#4).
15. Assemble ratchet gear (#7) and drive pinion (#4) together.
16. Assemble small needle bearing (#6) and large needle bearing (#5) to drive pinion (#4).
17. Assmble ratchet gear (#7) with drive pinion assembly (#4) onto lower gear housing (#1).
18. Assemble upper gear housing (#2) onto lower gear housing (#1) using lock-in handle.
19. Secure upper gear housing (#2) to lower gear housing (#1) using seven cap screws (#15). Tighten cap screws with 1/2" end wrench.
20. Assemble two roller bearings (#11) onto upper gear housing (#2).
21. Assemble two pawls (#8) and two pawl springs (#9) onto drum (#12) noting correct pawi position.
22. Assemble drum (#12) over upper gear housing (#2).
23. Oil two pawls (#8) on drum (#12).
24. Assemble cover (#13) over top of drum (#12).
25. Assemble snap ring (#14) over top of cover (#13) seating securely into groove on main shaft (#10). (Use a spiral motion as when removing rather than shoving straight down.)

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